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AAA: Driving While High Not Criminal

While drunk driving didn’t begin to received widespread attention until the 1970s, measures to keep intoxicated individuals from getting behind the wheel have been on books for over a century. “Essentially, the study showed that law enforcement’s current approach to detecting … Continue reading

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DEA Marijuana Study OK Hints of Schedule 1 Change

The Drug Enforcement Agency has just announced it’s approved a Colorado effort to study whether marijuana can be used to help veterans cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. “Marijuana is currently legal for recreational use in Colorado. But frustratingly, it’s … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Legalizes Medical Marijuana

Pennsylvania has become the latest state in the union to legalize medical marijuana. With the Keystone State in the green column, that means nearly half of U.S. states now permit marijuana to be used as a treatment option. According to … Continue reading

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Why Marijuana, Cocaine and Heroin are Illegal

You don’t have to have a medical degree to know that drugs like heroin and cocaine are highly addictive, and can have devastating consequences for people who abuse them. “Heroin and cocaine—along with marijuana—were ultimately regulated out of a sinister urge to … Continue reading

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Post Legal Marijuana, What Happens to Drug War Victims?

Here’s an interesting question: What does the United States have in common with countries like Oman, Pakistan, and South Sudan? The answer, as Take Part dreadfully details, is that the “Land of the Free” doesn’t guarantee a judicial concept called “retroactive … Continue reading

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